New horizons for April’s rolling gallery

New horizons for April’s rolling gallery

Thursday, 01 April 2021

It’s the start of a new month and with that comes the latest instalment of the rolling gallery. This month Jigsaw Dublin City volunteers collaborated with international artist David Uda, who generously gave his time and creativity to bring the piece to life. 

Every month, Jigsaw Dublin City volunteers have used the windows of the service to spread a message of positivity. Last month’s display paid tribute to all the awe inspiring women in our lives for International Women’s Day. In February, we were reminded that even when you’re down, there are people who love you and are looking out for you.

New horizons

For April’s window display, Jigsaw volunteers were thrilled to secure the awesome talents of David Uda.

The rationale for the piece was beautifully penned by our own Jake Roe.

Jake Roe
Easter time has always symbolised new life. From ancient times to modern day. Our window this month represents the idea that as your horizons expand you will develop a new outlook on life. You will form new ideas and find new meaning to life. Just like the flowers, you too will grow, move and find your place in this world.

Every month there will be a different message that will come directly from the volunteers to the community. Watch our FacebookTwitter and Instagram for next month’s positive message.

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